Applications Of B-Spline Approximation To Geometric Problems Of Computer-Aided Design
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
William J. Gordon
Computer science, graphics, computer-aided curve and surface design, Bezier curves, data smoothing problems
Theory and Algorithms
The central problem that this thesis addresses is the problem of interactively designing free-form curves and surfaces on a computer graphics display. With slight variations, the same methods may be used for a broad class of data fitting and data smoothing problems.
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Riesenfeld, Richard Franklin, "Applications Of B-Spline Approximation To Geometric Problems Of Computer-Aided Design" (1973). Electrical Engineering and Computer Science - Dissertations. 258.